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Dear White America: People of color cannot turn away.

White America: your ability to ignore the situation is a mark of your privilege.

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Before Starbucks, Bronx Cafe Blended Coffee and Race Dialogue

“Months before Starbucks’s much-derided “Race Together” initiative, [Vernicia Colon] ran the Mix Coffeehaus, a South Bronx pop-up shop that used the act of ordering coffee to get customers to explore their own racial identity.”

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Sports, Race and Society Lecture, March 24, 2015

Princeton University Center for African American Studies Center presents Sports, Race and Society Lecture on March 24th, featuring NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, Steve Mills ’81, Craig Robinson ’83, and Eddie S. Glaude. More information: http://www.princeton.edu/…/events/sports-race-and-society-l/

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Performance: Me Too Monologues, March 6 and 7, 2015

The Me Too Monologues Project originally started at Duke University as a way for students to open up about insecurities and issues related to identity, race, sexuality, and mental health. Students begin by anonymously submitting monologues about their personal experiences…

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TEDx talk: stop the violence against young black men

Verma Myers offers counsel in a TedX talk: You Can Help Stop the Violence Against Young Black Men. As below, quoted from the Youtube site. This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. The…

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